Thomas Cook Collapse Left $180M Burden On UK Taxpayer

Repatriating Thomas Cook customers was costly for the UK.
Credit: Thomas Cook
LONDON—British taxpayers have so far paid £156 million ($180 million) responding to the collapse of leisure company and airline Thomas Cook. The costs are primarily borne from the British government’s decision to create its own airline to repatriate 140,000 vacationers following the September 2019...

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